ImageJ Introduction and Segmentation, Automation and Scripting with Ellen Arena
Morgridge and LOCI Postdoctoral Fellow Ellen T. Arena led ImageJ workshops "Introduction and Segmentation" and "Automation and Scripting" at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery on October 31st and November 1st.
Downloads for instructional materials to complement the courses are available on ImageJ.net and include Image Analysis with Fiji, Segmentation with Fiji, and Scripting with Fiji.
ImageJ is an open source Java image processing program that will run on any computer with a Java 1.6 or later virtual machine. Downloadable distributions are available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. FIJI is a distribution of ImageJ with a particular focus on microscopy image analysis. ImageJ and FIJI have a strong, established user base, with thousands of plugins and macros for performing a wide variety of tasks. LOCI is helping lead the development of both ImageJ and FIJI.